Great Amp (Not For Me)
I bought the Tweaker-88 after downsizing from a larger watt & sized amp. I was looking for three things: (1) Smaller size, (2) Great tones -- especially cleans, and (3) A gain channel that I could, for a lack of a better word, tweak. I got almost exactly that in the 88. It's small enough to carry around without a lot of trouble, but still big enough to look good on top of a cab. I played it through an Orange 4x12 (that's black tolex) and aesthetically it looked beautiful
The Tweaker is a great amp for really spending a lot of time to dial in your sound. There are so many options. Some people might not like that; I loved it. The clean can go pretty much anywhere you want it to. My only complaint (worth .5 stars) is the overall timbre of the amp sounded a little dull to me. It didn't have the roar that I wanted on the dirty channel (even with overdrive/distortion pedals applied) and though the clean sounded beautiful, it didn't quite cut like I wanted.
Ultimately I've decided to return the amp after trying out another head in a local store. For the sake of others: I play in a post-hardcore band with songs that range from near-metal to groovy jazz breaks.
TLDR; if you're looking for an amp that can get loud, not break your back, and really dial in clean tones and get a solid crunch, this could be the one for you. I think it would be perfect for a more indie/classical rock mix.